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Top International Vocalists for Mayo Music Extravaganza Concert

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A stellar line-up of artists will take to the Royal Theatre stage on Friday February 28 in the forthcoming Mayo Music Extravaganza Concert, including three internationally renowned vocal soloists – Baritone David Durham; Mezzo Soprano Anne Marie Gibbons and Hugh Francis.

New streets and plazas as Augustine Hill is revealed

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A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of eleven new streets and four new civic spaces in a development that will create a new neighbourhood in the heart of the city.

Athlone Little Theatre to host hilarious comedy production

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Athlone Little Theatre reverts to the 1960s for its first production of the new year, a hilarious comedy where misunderstanding and confusion reigns in Alan Ayckbourn's 'Relatively Speaking'.

Eleven new streets and four new civic spaces in Augustine Hill

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A planning application has today been lodged for the eight-acre infill development site adjacent to Ceannt Train Station in Galway city centre that will see the creation of 11 new streets and four new civic spaces. The development company is a joint venture between Galway-based Edward Capital and London-based Summix Capital. The neighbourhood, deriving its name from an historic name for the area is to be known as Augustine Hill, and will deliver 376 homes in an exciting mixed-use expansion of the city centre.

The power merchants who ruled Galway

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Lyra - Róisín Dubh show in March

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SHE HAS been called "the new Kate Bush" by The Examiner; she supported Gavin James at the 3 Arena in Dublin; while Universal, the world’s largest record label, shortlisted her as an artist to watch for 2020.

Broken angels tell a tale

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Living in Ireland during the mid 17th century was a frightening and a bloody time. Following the extreme political crisis that resulted in civil war in England, Ireland was plunged into a period of despair that would lead to the surrender of Galway, and the beginning of its gradual demise. The invasion by Oliver Cromwell’s New Model Army, a ruthless exterminating machine, in 1649, led by Cromwell himself, not only destroyed all military opposition, besieged and ransacked towns, and imposed harsh penal laws on Catholic survivors, but it changed the demographic of the cities and lands with the resettlement of faithful Cromwellian generals, and their families. And in a new twist: tens of thousands of Irish people were transported to plantations in the West Indies, and elsewhere.

‘Stiff was an attitude against the major record companies’

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IT WAS the lable which released the first punk single. It released the debut album by Elvis Costello, and Madness, Graham Parker, and Ian Dury & The Blockheads were all signed to it.

Mayo Association Dublin award winners announced

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The Mayo Association Dublin have announced that some tickets are still available for their annual awards night, which takes place on Friday, February 14, in Dublin’s Ballsbridge Hotel.

Feile Catering bringing something new to the market

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Gordan Kay and Javier Serantes are delighted to bring to you their new catering company, Feile Catering, which operates from a HSE approved commercial kitchen in Carnacon.

 

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